The Global Multistakeholder Meeting on the Future of Internet Governance (NETmundial) is taking place in less than a month’s time. At what stage are the preparations, and what are the updates from Latin America? Join us on Friday at 14h UTC/GMT for our March webinar…
[Update] The webinar recording and digest are available here.
All eyes are set on the NETmundial meeting, which is taking place in São Paulo, Brazil on 23-24 April. The meeting follows an initiative proposed by CGI.br and /1net. Many preparations – including meetings of NETmundial’s four committees - are taking place right now, with the global IG community following closely.
In our March webinar,Raúl Echeberría, executive director of LACNIC and co-chair of NETmundial’s Executive Multistakeholder Committee, and Rodrigo de la Parra, ICANN vice-president, Stakeholder Engagement, Latin America and the Caribbean, will update us with developments in Latin America in the preparation for NETmundial.
The webinar, on Friday 28th March at 14h UTC/GMT, will address the following, among other aspects:
What can we expect from NETmundial in terms of a tangible outcome?
With various IG bodies engaged in the process, how can the IG community participate in the run-up to the meeting and during the meeting itself?
Based on the contributions received, what are the top three items on NETmundial’s agenda?
What type of ‘Latin American’ flavour can we expect at NETmundial (issues, priorities and actors)?
Join us on Friday, 28th March at 14h UTC /GMT. Webinar participants will be able to discuss the topic with our speakers. Attendance is free; registration is required.